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Master Wan Ko Yee (H,H, Dorje Chang Buddha III)

Dharma King Dorje Losang Rode the Dharma to a Buddha Land; Dharma King Dorje Losang Left Behind 141 Shariras after His Vajra Body Burned for Six Hours

Elder Dharma King Dorje Losang was a disciple of H.H. Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu. He was in the habit of displaying his supernatural powers and thereby manifested the Buddha-dharma. Examples of this are written in the book True Stories About a Holy Monk. He learned and practiced Buddhism under H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Master Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu for many years. Day and night, he did not sleep and did not rest. He did not even have a bed. He only had a mat made of rush stems that he took with him when traveling.


What is even more amazing is that from the bone ashes of elder laywoman Wang Cheng E-Fen more than sixty sariras (relics) of different colors, as well as yellow and white sarira flowers of the highest quality, were found! The shape of some of the sariras was rhombic. This caused a sensation in all of Baoguang Temple and in Buddhist circles throughout China. These are holy things that are extremely rare in history. They are true Buddhist treasures.

The Organization of American States Held The Master Wan Ko Yee Yun Sculpture Exhibition

They highly praised Master Wan Ko Yee for bringing to this world for the first time such incomparably beautiful Yun sculptures. These sculptures surpass the beauty of natural creations and are truly divine craftsmanship. For the first time in the history of mankind, a form of art has appeared that is impossible to duplicate.